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NCPC Praises First Lady Remi Tinubu for N500m Donation in Plateau State

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The Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission’s (NCPC) Executive Secretary, Reverend Yakubu Pam, has extended his profound gratitude and admiration to First Lady Remi Tinubu.

Her generous N500 million donation is set to provide much-needed relief to 500 families who have felt the repercussions of the recent violent occurrences in Plateau State.

This significant contribution was meticulously distributed amongst families residing in six distinct local government areas within the state, ensuring a broad reach of assistance.

Reverend Pam, taking the opportunity on Saturday through a public statement, elucidated that the core of Mrs. Tinubu’s commendable act goes far beyond the substantial monetary contribution.

The depth of her compassion, unwavering commitment, and humility shining through as she connected with those affected is a testament to her character.

Her endeavors embody selflessness, and it’s evident that her unwavering dedication to humanitarian initiatives surpasses political considerations or affiliations.

Building on this, Reverend Pam highlighted Senator Oluremi Tinubu’s admirable and consistent record. Known far and wide as a staunch Christian, she consistently aligns her actions with the principles of authentic leadership.

Reverend Pam remarked, “Her reassuring and comforting words provide a beacon of hope, urging those affected to stay resilient, keep their faith intact, and place their trust in God’s plan during these tumultuous times.”

Furthermore, Reverend Pam voiced his heartfelt appreciation for the sentiments shared by State Governor Caleb Mutfwang.

The Governor, in his remarks, succinctly encapsulated the essence of the First Lady, characterizing her as a beacon of compassion, a leader whose love for humanity is evident in her every action and initiative.

Deepening the narrative, Pam took a moment to spotlight Mrs. Tinubu’s influential role as the Chairperson of the Renewed Hope Initiative Foundation. Her leadership there continually underscores her unwavering commitment to the intrinsic Christian belief that tangible actions always accompany genuine faith.

Reverend Pam also underscored her reasonable approach to the deployment of donated resources. By advocating for recipients to extend their support to other affected families not initially earmarked for aid, she reinforces her vast understanding and appreciation of the Christian ethos of stewardship and shared responsibility.

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